- Report: Hoboken Looks To Become Model For Flood Prevention Mayor Dawn Zimmer is advocating for better planning and increased funding for flood-prone urban areas.
- Toni On! New York: This Week We're Getting In The Spirit This week WLNY's Toni Senecal is getting in the holiday spirit. She hit DUMBO and Red Hook to take care of some shopping and did her part to help out Superstorm Sandy victims who were still working to rebuild.
- Staten Island Non-Profit Provides Holiday Gifts For Sandy Victims A non-profit organization has opened a charity store on Staten Island that will spend the season providing gifts to Superstorm Sandy victims.
- Students Impacted By Sandy Get Trip To 'North Pole' To Meet Santa About 150 students from PS 197 in the Rockaways were greeted by Santa's elves as they arrived for the trip of a lifetime.
- Sandy-Damaged Tree From Smithtown Spreading Holiday Cheer In Boston The Diakou family decided to donate the 85-foot Norwegian Spruce to the Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston after it was cut down.
- Work On Mantoloking Sea Wall Could Begin In Early 2014 The steel sea wall is meant as a short-term protective measure, to be complemented by an extensive beach widening and dune construction project being planned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
- Sandy Victims Frustrated By NYC Rebuilding Program Some victims of Superstorm Sandy were wondering when they would be able to go home at this time a year ago, and many were still waiting a year later.
- New Long Island Utility Promises 3-Year Rate Freeze Gov. Andrew Cuomo did not mince words about the Long Island Power Authority's handling of superstorm Sandy and the snowstorm that followed. So now, Newark-based PSEG has set up a subsidiary on Long Island.
- Waiting Room At Hoboken Train Station Reopens Ahead Of Winter The main waiting room at the train terminal will re-open on Monday morning as NJ Transit completes another round of post Sandy repairs.
- Bellevue Hospital Conducts Emergency Evacuation Drill Bellevue now uses the state health department's Evacuation of Facilities in Disasters System. The state launched the e-FINDS wrist band system over the summer, in time for the 2013 hurricane season.